adoption, case


adoption, case
cause f en matière d'adoption

English-French legislative terms. 2015.

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  • ADOPTION — ADOPTION, taking another s child as one s own. Alleged Cases of Adoption in the Bible The evidence for adoption in the Bible is so equivocal that some have denied it was practiced in the biblical period. (A) GENESIS 15:2–3. Being childless, Abram …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Adoption (software implementation) — Adoption deals with the transfer (conversion) between an old system to a target system in an organization. So if a company works with an old software system, it may want to use a new system which is more efficient, has more work capacity etc. So… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoption in Connecticut — means the establishment by court order of the legal relationship of parent and child. [Conn. Gen. Stat. § 45a 707(a)(2007).] Adoption is provided for in Title 45a of the Connecticut General Statutes. The provisions of this title, with a few… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoption tax credit — Adoption Tax CreditSection 23 of the Internal Revenue code offers a credit for “qualified adoption expenses” paid or incurred by individual taxpayers. The credit is nonrefundable, thus, it can only decrease a taxpayers tax liability to zero.… …   Wikipedia

  • adoption —    Adoption was a fairly common practice in ancient Mesopotamia, as revealed by the survival of a number of adoption contracts and other related documents, mostly dating from the second and first millennia b.c. A common reason for adopting a… …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • Adoption — For other uses, see Adoption (disambiguation). Sister Irene of New York Foundling Hospital with children. Sister Irene is among the pioneers of modern adoption, establishing a system to board out children rather than institutionalize them.… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoption proceedings of Emma Rose — The adoption proceedings of Emma Rose concerned an application for the adoption of a seven year old Georgia girl, Emma Rose, by Elizabeth Hadaway, a lesbian prospective mother.Judge John Lee Parrott, a judge in Wilkinson County, Georgia, ruled… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoption Information Disclosure Act — The Adoption Information Disclosure Act, formally An Act respecting the disclosure of information and records to adopted persons and birth parents, also known as Bill 183, is an Ontario law regarding the disclosure of information between parties… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoption in ancient Rome — In ancient Rome, adoption of boys was a fairly common procedure, particularly in the upper senatorial class. The need for a male heir and the expense of raising children were strong incentives to have at least one son, but not too many children.… …   Wikipedia

  • adoption — A traditional form of adoption in China is called lisi, literally ‘establishing an heir’, which usually involves the naming of a child, most likely a boy, as the descendant of couples who do not have biological children or sons of their own. This …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • Christian law of adoption in India — Christians in India can adopt children by resort to section 41 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2006 read with the Guidelines and Rules issued by various State Governments. Apart from that there are customary laws… …   Wikipedia